look at post 19, look at the date look at the date and time it was posted.
the last edit was saturday a hour before you posted ruud is not...
yes there will always be fluid in the line,
that is just a fact in a pumped line
it is the reason for the check valve
a bit of information you...
set the float in the holding tank to not come on till enough water is in the tank
to wash the 2'' line out.
the pan is for emergency , it should not have water in it
if it does, solve that problem to solve the pan drain problem
Do not understand the personal attack when what I said is that you can hook them up any way you wish.
the Reason, that the in series piping...
sounds like some trash in the line trashed the impeller
It says parallel is to be used when the 2 heaters are the same. Series is to be used when the 2 heaters are not the same. The language is clear...
the 2 heaters in series
I use my nose.
look for a drain of some sort, most likely it is a dry ptrap
cut the pipe that is coming out of the wall
[you need 1 1/2'' of usable pipe]
after you cut the pipe, throw that old junk away
calcium build up due to hard water
pex advertises pex pipe does not have calcium build up
this is true
they do not tell you that the fittings...
The big question on everybody's mind has...
[ATTACH] I agree that it would be better to replace the valve, but not because of a concern of a pinhole
look at the blown up image, you can see...
re-sweating is a 50/50 gamble
to fix it correctly
pull the joint apart, while hot, use a clean cotton rag to wipe the excess solder off the pipe...
you can find your drain by looking under the sink
if you see a rubber hose hooked to a y branch tail piece
that is the little bugger
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